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California recall, DDHQ, Gavin Newsom, INSIDER Data, Live, Politics

NEWSOM STAYS: California Gov. survives the recall election that posed the biggest threat yet to his leadership

Insider and Decision Desk HQ are projecting that Gov. Gavin Newsom will survive the California gubernatorial recall. Decision Desk called the race at 8:21 pm PT and 11:21 pm ET. Per this projected call, Newsom will remain governor of California. California governor recall candidate Larry Elder was Newsom's most prominent challenger. ...
DDHQ, Democratic Party, Elections, INSIDER Data, Nina Turner, Politics, Shontel Brown

Shontel Brown defeats Nina Turner in a high-profile Ohio special House election

Shontel Brown defeated Nina Turner in the special Democratic primary election in Ohio's 11th District. The safely-Democratic, Cleveland-based seat was formerly held by HUD Sec. Marcia Fudge. Polls in Ohio closed at 7:30 pm ET. Follow along for more live election results. LoadingSomething is loading. Cuyahoga County Council member Shontel Brown...
DDHQ, Elections, INSIDER Data, Ohio, Politics, President Donald Trump

RESULTS: A crowded field of candidates vies for the GOP nomination in the special election for Ohio’s 15th District

A crowded field of GOP candidates are competing for the special primary election for Ohio's 15th District. Former President Trump has endorsed and campaigned for coal lobbyist Mike Carey. Polls in Ohio close at 7:30 pm ET. Follow along for live results. LoadingSomething is loading. Polls in Ohio close at 7:30 pm. Follow along for live resul...
2021 elections, DDHQ, INSIDER Data, New York City, Politics, Voting

RESULTS: New York City to re-tally ranked choice rounds after major tabulation errors included dummy votes

New York City voters are selecting Democratic and Republican nominees for mayor. New York is using ranked-choice voting for the first time, so the winner may not be known for weeks. Eric Adams' initial lead was cut down by Kathryn Garcia and Maya Wiley. See more stories on Insider's business page. New York City officials have retracted the most recent vote count and the first set of ranked-choice vote tabulations for the city's mayoral race after accidentally including 135,000 dummy test votes in the ranked-choice runoff tallies it conducted and released on Tuesday. The Board of Elections removed the previous results from the firs...